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Russell Library workshop offerings are developed by library faculty and staff to strengthen student scholarship and foster critical thinking skills. Each of the sessions learning objectives, time commitments, and descriptions are listed below. Faculty may choose from a range of offerings that cover foundational concepts to graduate-level programing. To schedule one of the sessions below please email the instruction coordinator: firstname.lastname@example.org
Tailored sessions for specific courses can be co-created with a librarian upon request. Please fill out the Schedule Library Instruction form if you are interested in working with a librarian to create a unique instruction session for your course.
In addition to student-focused sessions, we also offer sessions tailored for faculty. The offerings can be delivered at department meetings, faculty orientations, etc. Session descriptions can be seen on the Faculty tab, below.